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September 13, 2015

Humor: Business Analyst in a Large Enterprise

Humor - Cartoon: Business Analyst in a Large Enterprise

MONDAY - WITH THE CIO

CIO to the Business Analyst: "I need a large system diagram of our platform, by Friday."

WITH TECH SUPPORT

Business Analyst: "I need to connect to the plotter to print a large diagram"

Tech Support: "It's a non-standard printer so you'll need to call the exception desk."

WITH EXCEPTION DESK

Business Analyst: "Yes, the printer works and it has been used in the past."

Exception Desk: "I'm sorry but this is no longer supported technology.  You'll need approval from the architecture board."

WITH ARCHITECTURE BOARD

Business Analyst: "It's urgent, I need to print a diagram for the CIO."

Architecture Board: "I'm sorry, but we don't deal with printers.  You'll need approval from the Office of the CIO."

WITH OFFICE OF THE CIO

Office of the CIO: "I'm sorry, but this printer has been eliminated by the Printer Reduction Project."

FRIDAY - WITH THE CIO

CIO to the Business Analyst: "What!?  No diagram?  You're fired!"

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